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24 July 2013 0 View comments Anyone who enjoys a drink or two in their local pub is probably well accustomed to downing pints in the Red Lion or The King's Arms. But with the UK boasting in excess of 50,000 pubs, some said to date back nearly 1,000
Twelve-year-old Rebecca's world has fallen apart. Her parents have had a huge argument, and now Rebecca is being forced to travel from Baltimore with her mom and 2-year-old brother Lew to live at her grandmother's house in Atlanta.
The Three Little Aliens and the Big Bad Robot written by Margaret McNamara and illustrated by Mark Fearing (Schwartz and Wade, ages 4-8, $16.99) is a zany retelling of the Three Little Pigs. When Bork, Gork, and Nklxwcyz are old enough to find their
So begins this spunky tale by Carmen Agra Deedy and Randall Wright. Starring in a fresh blend of historical fiction and fantasy is Skilley, the tomcat. He's just gotten the job as pub mouser when he meets Pip, the buck-toothed resident mouse who
It contains tryptophan, an amino acid that makes us feel content. In addition, the fat it includes makes our brains produce extra dopamine, which makes us happy. If consumed in small amounts, cheese can be beneficial to your health; it contains
Peter Alvey With just a crumb of stilton giving off a powerful whiff, not everyone could stomach the prospect of six months working in a laboratory filled with blue cheese. But Kostas Gkatzionis, a researcher at the University of Northampton who is
World's largest plate of cheese recorded in ginness book. There was internationsl cheese contest held in Bermigam UK. In this contest 1122.5 kg plate won the contest it being the part of the ginness book. 139 types of cheese were
James Montgomery checks his unpasteurised cheddar Forget, for a moment, the rare white tiger and endangered dormouse; grieve rather for the crimson-flowered broad bean, Champion of England pea, Bath cos lettuce and Rowsham Park "hero" onion.
On Saturday 20 March, The Independent innocently reported on the launch of a new restaurant in London. A modestly-sized establishment tucked into a side-street just off Chelsea's King's Road, L'Art Du Fromage bills itself as the country's first